It is hardly possible for one who is in these bonds, to attain exalted virtue. If he differs in his opinion from the mass--if he sees truths which have not yet dawned upon them, or if, feeling in his heart truths which they nominally recognise, he would li

Instead of pursuing this idle routine, fighting for tasteless show, and heartless state, with what dignity would the youths of both sexes form attachments in the schools that I have cursorily pointed out; in which, as life advanced, dancing, music, and dra

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